By Donna Fitzgerald
This post has been sponsored by Seerden Law Firm, PLLC
Texas is home to some of the best wineries in all of the United States, and with a long weekend coming up, it’s the perfect time to celebrate! Whether you’re a Texas local or visiting from out of town, there are some delicious wineries you won’t want to miss this Labor Day Weekend. Check out what these five wineries have going on this holiday weekend!
Surrounded by rolling hills and pecan trees, Bernhardt Winery is both stunning and home to delicious wines! If you’re looking for a weekend getaway, the Bed & Breakfast makes this the perfect place to spend a vacation. Their summer concert series is every Sunday evening in the lawn, and Labor Day Weekend will be no different! Johnny & The Spinsations will perform at 6:30 p.m., offering swing, rock, pop, and even a little country—perfect music for dancing with your friends and family! You can reserve a table or bring your own lawn chairs.
Longhorn Cellars in Fredericksburg is a great place to spend time with your crew, and they have a full schedule planned for Labor Day Weekend! On both August 31st and September 1st, you can expect awesome live music by Dan West and Brent Ryan. The German Imbiss Food Truck will also be there serving up delicious food all weekend long—Saturday, Sunday, and Monday!
Flat Creek Estate
This stunning 80-acre vineyard is hosting a Labor Day Wine & Dine event all weekend long. Complete with a wine sampling, three-course paired wine lunch, and a complimentary wine tour, this is the weekend of any wine lover’s dreams! Reservations are required at Flat Creek Estate and there is limited availability, so reach out to save your spot!
Lost Oak Winery
Located on the banks of Village Creek, Lost Oak Winery is home to stunning views, oak trees, and winding footpaths. On Labor Day, you can enjoy live music from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Jayme Wade will be playing fantastic acoustic music perfect for pairing with a glass of wine!
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards
If you’re looking to get a good workout in before you celebrate the day, sign up for the 25th annual Labor Day Whine Run! A stunning yet challenging 5K course runs through Texas Hill Country. The race begins at 7:30 a.m., so you’ll have plenty of Labor Day left to celebrate. The post-race party at Dry Comal Creek Vineyards will offer food, beverages, and delicious wines!
A Note on Safety
Holiday weekends can mean more cars on the road, as well as the potential for more people to drink and drive. Play it safe this Labor Day Weekend and make sure you have a designated driver. Free sober ride programs are the perfect way to keep everyone safe if the whole group plans to drink. Don’t take any risks this holiday weekend, and enjoy time with friends, family, and delicious wines!